(organ) Gabor Lehotka (1938 - 2009), Tibor Pikethy (1884-1972) - Organ Works (Gabor Lehotka - organ; Maria Kralicsek - soprano; Akos Acsay - tenor; Vox Humana Chorus of Vac - directed by Jozsef Maklari) - 1997, FLAC (tracks+.cue) lossless
Gábor Lehotka - Lehotka, Pikéthy - Organ Works
Страна-производитель диска: Hungary
Год издания диска: 1997
Издатель (лейбл): Hungaroton Classic
Номер по каталогу: HCD 31749
Дата записи: June 1997
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
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Gábor Lehotka (1938 - 2009)
1. I. Entrée
2. II. Petite fugue, avec basse continue
3. III. Dialogue sur trompette
4. IV. Variations
5. V. Allabreve
6. VI. Ornaments sur les flutes
7. VII. Passacaille, avec coda
8. Hymnus ad vesperas (from the 'Amor Sanctus' Cycle)
9. Sequentia de Virgine Maria (from the 'Amor Sanctus' Cycle)
10. Hymus in Pentecosten (from the 'Amor Sanctus' Cycle)
Tibor Pikéthy (1884-1972)
11. Improvisation on the Hungarian National Anthem Op. 51
12. Christmas Phantasy Op. 95
13. Pastorale Op. 63
14. Easter Phantasy - Alleluja
Introduction and Fugue in C major Op. 31
Gábor Lehotka - organ
Maria Kralicsek - soprano (9)
Akos Acsay - tenor (9)
Vox Humana Chorus of Vac - directed by Jozsef Maklari (8-10),(12)
Sung in Latin (8-10) and in Hungarian (12)-
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
REM GENRE Organ
-Доп. информация: Recorded in the Church of the Franciscan Order in Vac on June, 2-4, 1997
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Информация из буклетаGábor Lehotka:
A well known Hungarian composer said to me once: "Bach had it easy; he was even allowed to compose in two voices." My opinion is that composers today may write in two voices, may write down a clean triad, may apply every musical device that the great ones of European music used, but must avoid exercises in style.
I wrote Suite Française in the beginning of the 80’s for one of my French tours. Its short, characteristic movements make it possible for the organ’s different registers to be employed.
Three Motets from the "Amor Sanctus" Cycle
1. Hymnus ad vesperas
2. Sequentia de Virgine Maria
3. Hymnus in Pentecosten
The Amor Sanctus collection of poems was given to me by János Varga chorus master, who asked me to compose on these poems some easily sung, religious-type pieces for chorus, with organ accompaniment. Mihály Babits compiled these poems translated into two languages, from Latin anthems of the middle ages, and which he himself translated into Hungarian. I composed music on fifteen poems in Hungarian, but I also made Latin versions for most of them. Three motets can be heard.
Improvisation on the Hungarian National Anthem
In the cathedral of Vác, Tibor Pikéthy often improvised on the themes of popular songs or Gregorian melodies, which were sung at the respective mass. Hence, when on days of national holidays, the anthem was sung, the theme of the postludium was always an improvisation on the anthem’s melody. In this way, Pikéthy sought to keep the mood of the holiday alive until the departure of the people. This mood has been preserved by Pikéthy’s composition, which I often play in Vác at my traditional New Year’s organ concert.
This work is the variational reworking of the Hungarian Christmas song "Ó, gyönyörû szép titokzatos éj..." ("O beautiful mysterious night..."). The variations can also be read, and they illustrate a romantic program. The opening runs, the specially intonated musical material, tell of the birth of the Savior; then the holiday bells chime, and illustrate the message of salvation sent out to each and every person.
First variation: the shepherds begin their journey to pay a visit to the Blessed Child in Bethlehem.
Second variation: Lullaby
Third variation: from the harp music of the angels the melody of the people resounds.
Fourth variation: the shepherds play their flutes, the angels sing and they greet the newborn.
Finale: a fugato style movement. The shepherds announce everywhere the events they have seen.
The main theme is a real romantic melody, easily remembered, and the melody almost becomes a part of you after only a few hearings. The work’s ABA form is clean, light and easily understood. The work was recommended for Tibor Pikethy’s second concert.
Easter Fantasia (Alleluja)
This work is also connected to an occasion, on which Pikethy first improvised on a mass of the Resurrection. It’s content is keeping the mood of the holiday, the chiming of the bells and the organ, and it’s theme is a Gregorian Alleluja motive.
C major Introductio and Fugue
The majority of Tibor Pikethy’s works are made up of preludes and fugues. His characteristic fugue themes are all differently worked, and the musical process usually reaches a climax in a festive coda. In this work, however, the introductio already uses the organ’s monumental sound in the beginning, and from the deepness of the pedals the theme of the fugue gradually reaches the theme’s augmented transformation.Gábor Lehotka
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